Superfast available now

If there is no symbol on your property on our latest map or the Check Your Property tool has returned the status of ‘Superfast Available’ when you enter your postcode, then superfast broadband may already be available to you. This would be either through the earlier CSW Broadband rollout or through commercial provision.

To find out if Superfast broadband is already available at your property, you can use either the BT or Virgin line checkers to see if one of these networks is providing a service now.

The How to use the BT DSL Line checker page on our website contains a handy guide to interpreting the results of the BT checker. We do not have checkers for independent providers, so you may have to ask around locally.

Please note that we are not able to guarantee that your property will be able to access superfast broadband speeds. This is because each property is unique, and there may be circumstances where it is not possible to connect every property in an area to the new network.

Any properties remaining would be eligible for inclusion in modelling for any future funding.

If you find that you are not able to order a superfast broadband service from any provider, please let us know so that we can check the data for the next review.

If superfast broadband is available at your property, you still need to choose and sign-up to a fibre broadband package in order to take advantage of it. Remember to check different providers for the best rates / packages to meet your needs. Impartial sources of advice include:

You can also use comparison websites to find the best broadband deal for you, but remember that comparison sites work by receiving a commission from the ISPs and so may not list all of the available options. We therefore advise that you try a number of these sites before making a decision, such as:

 

Please note that we are not able to guarantee that your property will be able to access superfast broadband speeds. This is because each property is unique, and there may be circumstances where it is not possible to connect every property in an area to the new network. Any properties remaining would be eligible for inclusion in modelling for any future funding.

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